A-Ma Temple one of the landmarks of Macau, situated on the southwest tip of the Macau Peninsula. This temple is one of the sites designated "Historic Centre of Macau".
Casa Gardens is a small park located in the mainland area of the city. Built some time around 1799, the park was once the home of the wealthy Portuguese merchant Manuel Pereira and also the residence for directors of the Macao Branch of the English East India Company.
Cotai is an area of land created in Macau, China that will soon be home to billions and billions of dollars in new casinos and hotels. The Cotai Strip is being modeled after the Las Vegas Strip and will be home to numerous hotels and casinos along with an extraordinary number of shopping, dining, and entertainment options
The Docas Waterfront (The Docks)
The latest bar hopping and club scenes in Macau are in the Docas. This lively area is in the NAPE area, between the Cultural Centre and the Wynn Casino Hotel Resort.
Grand Prix Museum
Inaugurated in 1993 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Macau Grand Prix, the aim of this museum is not only to encourage a closer relationship between the local population and this social and sports event.
The Guia Fortress, or Fortaleza da Guia, is a historical military fort, chapel, and lighthouse complex that were constructed between 1622 and 1638.
Handover Gifts Museum of Macau
This museum commemorates the handover from Portugese rule and its significance in Macau’s modern history.
Historic Centre of Macau
In its Historic Centre, you will find the oldest and the best-preserved western-style buildings in China, in different architectural styles emerging after the Renaissance from Baroque to neo-classical.
A visit to Lilau Square will show you one of the first Portuguese residential areas. You’ll find a typical Mediterranean influence and some Art Deco influences.
Lin Fung Temple
Lin Fung Temple, together with A-Ma Temple and Kun lam Temple are the three most famous temples in Macau.
Macauís Fishermanís Wharf
One of the newest attractions in Macau, this is an energetic, fun place to go to watch people, to shop and dine.
Macau Museum of Art
The Macau Museum of Art is the only art museum in Macau, and provides the largest space dedicated to visual arts. It is situated in the Cultural Centre of Macau in the Outer Harbour area.
The Macau Museum preserves the cultural traditions which specifically belong to Macau, in a place where East, and West have so peculiarly learnt how to meet and to live side by side along the centuries.
Not for anyone who has a fear of heights, the famed Macau Tower, also known as Macau Sky Tower, offers a breathtaking birds-eye view over the city.
The Mandarin’s House is a traditional Chinese-style compound, covering an area of about 4,000 square meters. The entire complex consists of a gatehouse, courtyards, servants’ and master’s quarters.
The history of Macau is really connected to the sea, and the Maritime Museum allows you to see the traditions and the way of life of the fishermen in Macau and South China.
Mount Fortress or Monte Forte
Referred to as Fortaleza do Monte or Mount Fortress or Monte Forte, this is the historical military centre of Macau.
Nam Van Lake Cybernetic Fountain
Spectacular shows of cascading water and light can be seen on Nam Van Lake opposite the Headquarters of the Government of Macau SAR.
If there’s anything going on in the city, there’s a good chance that it’s happening in this area! Senado Square has been Macao’s urban center for centuries, and is still the most popular venue for public events and celebrations today
The Cathedral of Saint Paul
These ruins, standing like a cardboard pop-up on a hilltop, are arguably the region's most famous tourist site. The Cathedral of Saint Paul was a 16th-century cathedral built from 1582 to 1602 and dedicated to Saint Paul the apostle of Jesus.
The Old Protestant Cemetery
Visit a cemetery on your vacation? While that thought may not be the first on your mind, making time to visit the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macau should be considered on your itinerary.
One of the main targets of this museum is to bring the visitor into contact with the social, economical and cultural importance of the wine in the Portuguese tradition, daily life and celebration rituals.
Wynn Macau Fountain Show
Wynn Macau's fountain show, developed by the same company that produced Bellagio's dancing water exhibition, has a few new tricks. Submerged lenses throw a variety of colors into the lights and water and there also are pyrotechnic effects to bring bursts of flame to the presentation in the 800,000-gallon lake.